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The Comments Are Getting Better
Have you noticed that in stories about Muslims in the West, or from the West, the comments by readers are becoming noticeably better informed, and hence far less sympathetic, and more intelligently alarmed, about the ideology of Islam, and about its adherents? It can be seen in American newspapers, in English newspapers, even in The Guardian. It's important for the well-prepared to share their knowledge and grasp of matters with others, to make those others feel that they are not in a minority, that despite the Official Line of Those Taking A Leadership Role all over the benighted West, intelligent people are figuring things out on their own, and won't be denied.
On January 27 The New York Times carried a story about one Omar Hammami, barefoot boy from Alabam, who is now running around Somalia, apparently, having a great tiime leading a band of Al-Shebaab, for him providing, apparently, a kind of cowboys-and-Indians excitement, and also a Complete Regulation of Life, of the kind so many seek nowadays. He knows "what to love" and "what to hate" because Islam tells him, gives him a guide, a gride, a list of Life's Dos and Dont's. You can find out more about Omar Hammami here, and the comments on the story are also of interest.
Here, for example, is one of them:
"It should be no surprise that the Founders simply did not contemplate Muslims living as citizens in the USA when they drafted the First Amendment. It also should be no surprise (although to many secular Americans, who just don't get it, I suppose it is a surprise) that religion orders a believer's life more than any other single factor, including nationality, ethnicity, gender, etc. Religion determines one's view of the origin of the world, the origin of life, one's duties to self and to one's fellow man, one's ultimate end, etc. I would suggest, for our own self-preservation, that we strongly discourage Muslim immigration to the USA. Muslim groups are already influencing the choice of school textbooks, influencing public policy, etc. Since there is no way we can count on their loyalty to their fellow US citizens above their loyalty to their religion, as this article so poignantly demonstrates, and mainstream elements of this religon are so crushingly cruel and violent, we are foolish to voluntarily continue increasing their numbers in the USA."
That would likely not have been written, and certainly would not have been echoed by others, nor allowed to stay up, just a few years ago.